Plastic may be a significant source of air pollution, concluded a new study that shows how microplastics may be carried through winds and precipitation.
“Everybody, we have a chance to do this right, to save the world for humans,” the famed TV "science guy" said.
One scientist blasted Cornyn for being "utterly, despicably, proudly ignorant" of the threat to the planet.
"This issue warrants further analysis and additional discussions by EPA," said agency head Andrew Wheeler.
"I won two elections handily," said the progressive Democrat. "What part of the will of the voters are they ignoring?”
I believe that forgoing children in the face of climate change is a chance for women to show strength, power and control.
Mayor Ras Baraka is facing calls to step down amid the crisis.
Agency officials have slammed the 1973 law as “a sword to tear down the American economy" and likened species listings to "incoming Scud missiles."
The 16-year-old Swedish climate change activist sets sail for the U.S. on board a zero-emissions yacht on Wednesday.
Republican states' lawsuits halted the Obama-era Clean Power Plan. Now Democrats hope to replicate the model.
Beef products are to be removed from sale at Goldsmiths, University of London, as part of a plan to become carbon neutral by 2025.
“The future of our country is sacrificed at the altar of the filibuster," the former Senate majority leader wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
Five Russian scientists were killed last week in what U.S. experts suspect was the botched test of a new nuclear missile.
Environmentalists see the rule as another handout to industry amid rising alarm that the ecosystems on which humans rely are collapsing.
No, carbon dioxide emissions are not “good” for global food production.
“Cyanide traps can’t be used safely by anyone, anywhere,” says the Center for Biological Diversity. "We need a permanent nationwide ban."
The resolution praises the unofficial climate forums MSNBC and CNN promised to host, but makes no mention of an official DNC debate.
The former Senate majority leader said it wasn't a matter of if the legislative tactic would end but "a question of when."